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Funds to Benefit Projects Vital to Community and Economic Development throughout the Granite State
Financed by CDFA's Clean Energy Fund, the Grappone Conference Center has officially gone solar, making it the largest business in Concord, New Hampshire to go solar and is now the greenest conference center in Northern New England.
CDFA is now accepting applications for the second round of 2016 CDBG Housing and Public Facilities funds.
CDFA has awarded $500,000 in Community Development Block Grant funds to the Town of Durham to support the building of a new assisted living facility which will create 25 new full-time jobs.
CDFA has awarded $2.76 million in Community Development Block Grant funds to New Hampshire communities.
The L5 program seeks to provide resources to CDFA partner organizations to advance specific community development focused projects, causes, or organizational needs.
CDFA has awarded $500,000 in Community Development Block Grant funds to the City of Berlin to support the development of a local business and bring new jobs to the area.
CDFA has awarded $500,000 in Community Development Block Grant funds to the Town of Littleton to support the upgrade of its aging sewer and storm infrastructure in the River District.
CDFA finances municipal streetlight conversion project with the City of Franklin, replacing nearly 500 streetlights with energy efficient LED fixtures which will save the city $31,000 annually in electricity costs.
Block grant from CDFA provided $462k toward Conway Pines Senior Apartments.
Projects include affordable housing, economic development, and services to low-income residents.
These funds will help hundreds of NH startups get technical assistance and resources to grow and thrive.
CDFA awards $3.1 in Community Development Block Grants, benefiting 2,600 people
This award will provide a loan to FreshAir Sensor Corporation, creating eight jobs in the Upper Valley.
Five NH counties and municipalities will receive money to benefit low-to-moderate income residents.
The award will provide a loan to help a landmark Sugar Hill business expand its facilities.
CDFA provides $170,000 to replace defective sprinkler system and keep the center open.
Community Development Block Grant will allow Tillotson Performance Polymers to manufacture medical gloves, create 16 full-time jobs.
This year's projects include downtown revitalization, affordable housing, and economic development efforts in every corner of the state.
The Board will meet Tuesday
The Executive Committee will meet Tuesday
The Credit Committee will meet Tuesday
The Community Development Advisory Committee will meet Thursday
The CDFA Board of Directors will meet Tuesday